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figure skating, alpine skiing, skeleton

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hockey bobsleigh skeleton skiing snowboarding figure skating and speed skating

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At the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver, Great Britain's Amy Williams won gold in women's skeleton.

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Winter Olympic sports held outdoors are alpine skiing, freestyle skiing, cross country skiing, bobsleigh, skeleton, luge, ski jumping, nordic combined, biathlon, and snowboarding.

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Yes, both men and women will compete in the skeleton in the 2014 winter olympics

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Winter sports are those played during the winter season and summer sports are played during the summer. Winter sports include things such as snow sports and wrestling Summer sports include things such as track and field.

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Through the 2006 Winter Games in Turin, Greek athletes have participated in Alpine skiing, Biathlon, Bobsled, Cross Country skiing, Luge, Skeleton, and Snowboarding. They have yet to win a Winter Olympic medal.

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a skeleton racer i a racer that competes in a winter Olympic event every year

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A few popular winter sports are skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, and ice hockey. Although these sports are mainly played in the winter, special winter houses can be built to play these sports all year.

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By moving all the sports that seemed like winter sports from the summer games to the winter games

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There are currently 15 sports for the 2010 Winter Olympics.

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Women will comptete in 13 out of the 15 sports at the 2010 Winter Olympics. There are women's events in the following sports:BiathlonFigure SkatingSpeed SkatingShort Track Speed SkatingSnow BoardingAlpine SkiingFreestyle SkiingCross-Country SkiingIce HockeyCurlingBobsledSkeletonLuge

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The winter sport skeleton sled goes up to 130 km. This sport involves speeding down the track head first.

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Duff Gibson in men's skeleton at the 2006 Winter Games in Turin.

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The following sports were in the 2006 Winter Games: Alpine skiing Biathlon Bobsleigh Cross-country skiing Curling Figure skating Freestyle skiing Ice hockey Luge Nordic combined Short track speed skating Skeleton Ski jumping Snowboarding Speed skating

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an Olympic sport=the skeleton

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There are 15 sports at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic GamesBobsledLugeSkeletonIce HockeyFigure SkatingSpeed SkatingShort Track Speed SkatingCurlingAlpine SkiingFreestyle SkiingSnowboardingBiathlonCross-Country SkiingSki JumpingNordic Combined

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The sports that comprise the Winter Olympic games are: bobsleigh, bobsleigh skeleton, curling, ice hockey, luge, snowboard, ski jumping, alpine skiing, freestyle skiing, nordic combined, cross country skiing, figure skating, speed skating, short track speed skating, and biathlon.

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Skeleton -- like other outdoor winter sports such as skiing, bobsled and luge -- doesn't have a stadium or arena so much as they have a track. Spectators can line up along the track (at a safe distance, of course) and watch their favorite athletes as they speed by.

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Skeleton is a one man luge where the rider goes head first instead of feet first.

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The sports held in the Winter Games are alpine skiing, biathlon, bobsled, curling figure skating free skiing, hockey, luge, Nordic combined, short track, skeleton, ski jumping, snowboarding, and speed skating.

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Russia, Norway, Sweden, U.S.A, Canada, Germany and Austria are the dominating forces within winter sports and are pretty much the only nations to win at winter sports.


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